Northern Ireland Schedule
37/52 When Zara's sandcastle disappears, Zigby promises to find out where it's gone. (R)
46/56 Louie and Yoko collect some nuts, but how will they crack them? (R)
6/13 Spotty cannot bear the din when Noisy practises on his drums and sneaks the drum away. (R)
19/26 Joey the kangaroo has gone camping with his friends, but his mum won't leave him alone. (R)
12/26 The trainees compete to be in Skylar's Squad, a new rescue team. (R)
29/52 Rastamouse comes up with a crafty plan to catch a criminal with a passion for collecting. (R)
3/26 The island reveals who will be the new team captains. (R)
51/52 Voltar's random prank call draws the wrath of an alien warlord. (R)
14/52 Salami, the Kid family's dog, digs up a little Inca statue from the school lawn. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
3/14 The gang tries to stop a giant sand worm from wreaking havoc at a race. (R)
16/52 The warthog has fleas and finds himself scratching everywhere. (R)
18/52 The contestants include Orange Bernard, an opinionated orangutan with a banana interest. (R)
23/25 Nina and her experimenters investigate how glow stars glow in the dark. (R)
3/26 Katy and her friends make hide-and-seek cheesecake with raspberries. (R)
19/26 Neep finds a buzzing thing, which causes all kinds of mischief. (R)
15/26 Raa Raa is busy racing round the jungle, coming to the rescue for every bump and scrape. (R)
18/26 Lester and Luke's determination to disrupt Laura's games reduce Mrs Large to despair. (R)
6/13 Josie gets a tuba but disturbs everyone when she tries to practise. (R)
42/52 When dirtgirl tries to teach ken how to make a seed grow, he misinterprets the information (R)
37/52 Hoot and Toot learn about setting priorities for their First Things First badge. (R)
7/22 Nuzzle and Scratch help Charlie Boy get to hospital to have his plaster cast removed. (R)
28/51 Sweetie and Bippity decide to swap jobs, but it isn't as easy as it looks. (R)
31/50 When Yojojo breaks his favourite bowl, the others help him find a replacement. (R)
12/100 The Pontipines count to six. Upsy Daisy shows Igglepiggle how to jump up and down. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn at the Liberal Democrat party conference in Brighton..
15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people.
5/10 Anne Robinson is joined by poet Pam Ayres and actor Don Warrington. (R)
31/90 Jonny Benarr and Ed Hall show off their artistic talents in Birmingham. (R)
Coverage of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg's party conference speech in Brighton.
28/75 Paul Martin visits Kilmarnock with treasure experts David Fletcher and James Lewis. (R)
3/30 Paul Hayes and Eric Knowles visit the Malvern Flea and Collectors Fair. (R)
60/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions. (R)
3/10 Jules Hudson discovers Churchill's clandestine guerrilla army.
8/15 Anita Manning and James Lewis face an auction showdown in Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
2/3 The trustees left in charge of a decaying mansion need help.
3/3 Revealing some of the radical new ways we now choose to say the last goodbye.
11/32 James Runcie talks to JK Rowling about her first novel for adults, The Casual Vacancy.
Analysis of Nick Clegg's conference performance with Paul Mason.
John Pienaar presents highlights of the Liberal Democrat annual conference in Brighton.
Documentary about the everyday struggles of a man born with a rare genetic disorder. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Five short films explore the secret life of a teenager's stuff. (R)
Radio 1 DJ Greg James looks at the different businesses involved in music festivals. (R)
1/2 Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby. (R)
2/2 Featuring Wassily Kandinsky, Jan van Eyck, Eileen Agar and Yinka Shonibare. (R)
Thursday 27 September 2012